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Oppo Find X2 Pro now supports HDR playback for YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video (updated)

By Liu Hongzuo - on 11 May 2020, 10:52am

Oppo Find X2 Pro now supports HDR playback for YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video (updated)

This article was originally published on 23 April 2020.

11 May 2020 update: Oppo Reno3 gets similar treatment for Netflix. More details below.

Oppo Find X2 Pro.

The 5G-capable Oppo Find X2 Pro's HDR display can now be put to greater use. Today, the phone maker announced the Find X2 Pro's support for HDR playback for videos on YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video.

A quick refresher: the Oppo Find X2 Pro has a 10-bit 120Hz QHD+ Ultra Vision Screen that is capable of displaying over one billion variations of colours. It packs a resolution of 3,168 x 1,440 pixels, offering up to 513 PPI (pixels per inch).

The device's display panel covers 100% of the film industry-grade P3 Wide Colour Gamut and attained Eye Comfort certification from TÜV Rheinland. Topping the display's premium offering is its hardware-supported Widevine L1 encryption scheme for playback protection and HDCP 2.2 compatibility.

Widevine L1 support is the technical backing necessary to support playback on encrypted HDR streams, which is why the Oppo Find X2 Pro now supports HDR playback on YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video.

For a full list of mobile devices that can support HDR playback, you can check it against the respective streaming service's lists - YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video.

11 May 2020 Update: The Oppo Reno3 can playback Netflix content in HD, thanks to their latest Netflix HD Certification. Oppo Reno3's also comes with Dolby Atmos, and that works with Netflix's support for Dolby Atmos on select titles as well.

Check out our Oppo Find X2 Pro's first looks article here.